In affiliate programs, the advertiser is the Web site owner or merchant who pays affiliates for sending traffic to their site to purchase or generate leads. Also called merchant.
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In aspect-oriented programming (AOP) advice is the code that is applied to, or cross-cuts, your existing object model.
(n.) (1) Adware is the common name used to describe software that is given to the user with advertisements embedded in the application. Adware is considered a legitimate alternative offered to consumers who do not wish to pay for software. There are many ad-supported programs, games or utilities that are distributed as adware (or freeware). […]
In affiliate programs, the Webmaster or site owner who earns a revenue, usually commission-based, for conversion of leads, clicks or sales on the advertiser’s site. See “How Affiliate Marketing Works” in the “Did You Know…” section of
- affiliate agreement
In affiliate programs, it is the terms of service between the advertiser and the affiliate, which defines and governs the affiliate relationship. The affiliate agreement will specify what both parties are responsible for, payout terms and commission for conversions. Most affiliate programs will ask you to agree to the affiliate agreement before submitting your application […]
- affiliate link
In affiliate programs, it’s a special URL that contains the ID or username of the affiliate. This URL is used by the advertiser to track all traffic the affiliate sends to the advertiser’s site as a part of the affiliate program. See “How Affiliate Marketing Works” in the “Did You Know…” section of